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The missing catalyst for Iranian democracy

Baluch ethnic minority group push a boat to the shore in the port city of Chabahar,

Just before imposing new sanctions on Iran, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the country’s “Cabinet is in disarray, and the Iranian people are raising their voices even louder against a corrupt and hypocritical regime”. While this is clearly true, it is also true that sanctions alone are unlikely to topple the government or force democratic reforms. For that to happen, foreign governments and domestic opposition leaders must take another critical step — to finally acknowledge the importance of the country’s ethnic minorities and develop policies to address their demands.

As Pompeo noted, Iran’s leaders have been facing significant pressure from within. A major driving force of the anti-government activity has been ethnic minority groups, in particular the Kurds, Azerbaijanis, Ahvaz Arabs and Baluch. Each has long engaged in protests, over issues ranging from the right to use native languages in schools and courts, to local health and environmental concerns, to broader calls for the end of the regime.

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Nov 26:Birth of Baloch Students Organization (BSO)

Birth of Baloch Students Organization

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November 25, 2018 · 3:00 pm

Nov 18: Shaheed Lala Hameed Baloch and Shaheed Hamid Ismail Baloch

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November 17, 2018 · 3:00 pm

A Tribute to Che Guevara

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The young dynamic visionary Baloch leader

Nawab Yousif Ali Khan Aziz Magsi

Nawab Yousif Ali Khan Aziz Magsi was born in 1901 in Jal Magsi, Balochistan. His father Nawab Qassir Khan Magsi was the chief of Magsi tribe. He learned his Basic and religious education from Qasi Rasool Buskh. Mulana Gulam Qader of Baulpur taught him Urdu, Persian and Arabic. He became a pupil of Kaniah Lal of Lahore to learn English. Under the guidance of such great teacher of there time Yousif Magsi personality was build, which made him the visionary, revolutionary, freedom loving leader of the Baloch nation.
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Feb 21: Martyrs of Jiwani

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February 20, 2018 · 1:00 pm

Jan 06: Martyrs of Kalat

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January 6, 2018 · 8:08 am